Value Investing Bruce Greenwald – Where To Look For Opportunities As A Value Investor – Bruce Greenwald


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Where To Look For Opportunities As A Value Investor – Bruce Greenwald
If you are not a specialist look for ugly and obscure stocks where no one wants to invest in. This is taking advantage of human misbehavior where they look for glamour stocks and make undesired stock ever more undervalued. People overpay for the dream to get rich that is why they buy glamour stocks.
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    July 28, 2021 at 7:53 am

    The summary seems to be: (1) It is impossible for 98+% of all investors (Professional or Individuals) to repeatedly outperform the market, again, over the long term; (2) if you are not a full-time investment professional, one extensively versed in Prof. Greenwald’s methodology (or any methodology that fits your view of investment theory), don’t think you can simply buy his book, attend his lectures, or even graduate from Columbia Graduate School and away you go towards outperforming the market by 2-4%; (3) why, over valuing one’s personal ability, being unable to objectively remove personal bias, and ignoring ones sub conscience or conscience need to hit it out of the park eventually trips up everyone; (4) Therefore, simply choose an Index ETF and enjoy market returns – theories, methodologies, and unrealistic human desire always wins in the end, go Index ETF’s and stop dreaming the impossible dream. Good Luck!!!

  2. Dolf Bosch
    July 28, 2021 at 7:53 am

    Very interesting!

  3. Harshdeep Singh
    July 28, 2021 at 7:53 am

    Hi, if you could find the valuation textbooks used by Bruce Greenwald and Jack McDonald (Stanford) in their lectures, please make a video on that.